Partner Up With Cotton made in Africa in Two Steps

Do you produce textiles or deliver finished products, and are your clients demanding products bearing the CmiA label? You can easily meet this demand in two simple steps:

Step One: Order CmiA Cotton

Order the required amount of fabric from a CmiA-registered fabric producer or from your regular supplier. You must ensure that the factory receives the raw material (the yarn) from a spinning mill registered with Cotton made in Africa.  It makes sense to have the spinning mill regularly present a valid CmiA certificate.

Step Two: Monitor Your Supply Chain

To ensure that Cotton made in Africa is traceable throughout the textile value chain, it is important that the reference to Cotton made in Africa is recorded on all documents, including orders, contracts, and invoices.

Downloads/ Additional Information

More detailed data and materials are available for download here, including the Chain of Custody Guideline, communication guidelines for marketing as well as links to the CmiA supply chain App for Android and iOS.

CmiA Chain of Custody Guidelines
Chain of Custody Guidelines
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
List of CmiA registered partners in the textile value chain
Cotton Companies CmiA-BCI
Cotton Trader
Supplier (Yarns, Fabrics, Garments)
Forms and guidelines for CmiA registration
Spinning Mills Registration Guideline
Fabric Mills Registration Guideline
Yarn Trader Registration Guideline
Claims Framework
Claims Framework

Download our Supply Chain App here:

“In a nutshell, CmiA helped us grow and improve our business. Our business volume has increased steadily since registering for CmiA.”
 title= Taslimul Hoque General Operations Manager,
Square Textile Ltd., Bangladesh

You have Questions?

Cotton made in Africa smooths the way for using sustainable raw materials in the mass market by providing you with advice and support for integration into existing procurement structures. Feel free to contact us by email:

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